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For those that have been waiting patiently, Super Mario Run will now arrive in March.
If you’d like to be informed the minute the app launches, don’t forget to pre-register on the Play Store page.
While a price has not been unveiled on the Google Play Store, you can probably expect it to be priced the same as its iOS counterpart at $9.99.
It has been a few months since the release of Super Mario Run for iOS and while the game has been a success garnering 40 million downloads in its four days, we have yet to see it arrive on the Google Play Store for Android devices.
If the release of a Mario title for mobile wasn’t enough, Nintendo will also release its next console, the Switch in the same month.
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Super Mario Run Is Coming to Google Play Store in March
Super Mario Run Is Coming to the Android Google Play Store in MarchIn little over a month, Nintendo’s Super Mario Run has attracted over 50 million players and made 3 million sales, and that’s just on the iOS platform.
But fortunately for Nintendo and Mario fans alike, Nintendo of Japan announced that Super Mario Run will no longer be an iOS exclusive title, and Google Play will be launching and Android version of the hit mobile game on the Google Play in March!
If you want to get a jump on the title, it is currently available for pre-order on the Google Play store.
Are you an Android user ready to get their hands on the smash hit mobile Nintendo title?
However, as many of us painfully know, those numbers are just for the iOS platform because it’s not available for Android users.